Copenhagen food space

Copenhagen food space

Grandma Sita and her grandchild Nena are excited to visit @cphfoodspace@kitchencollectivedk . @staldkoekkenet in Kødbyen, the Meat Village 🌱 The whole area has transformed into a very cosy and modern place for restaurant, office and workshops. 


Copenhagen Food Space is an extended space and community for the startups to develop and flourish food businesses in Danish food industry. It’s a place for creative community of kitcheneurs who develop, test and communicate sustainable foods 💚

The Food Space building is divided into three different spaces – Coworking Space, Event Space and Kitchen Space. Grandma Sita is very impressed to see their kitchen space, which can accomodate a big group of 20 people. Usually the workshop is held in the kitchen where the food entrepreneurs can test new ideas, facilitate events and other small catering tasks.

The event space downstairs is approx. 500m² to host own events and collaborate with others. The raw white tiles of the old meatpacking industry will give the really cool vive to any startup launching events!

📷 by @rongtulyarts

  • SUMMER FOOD FESTIVAL😎 // The Meat Village (Slagthusgade) is hosting @dengroennekoedby street food festival all summer round!

Den Grønne Kødby 😋 a food festival experience in corona-friendly mini format completed with a pop-up scene for DJs and upcoming artists🕺🎼🙌 So pamper your tastebuds and grab some street foods 🍜🌮🥘 🥗🍻

📷 by @rongtulyarts

  • DID YOU KNOW…

The creative Meatpacking District, or Kødbyen, is a revitalized industrial area known for its trendy dining scene and buzzing nightlife. Stylishly designed meat- and fish-centric restaurants are set in former factory buildings, alongside boisterous breweries and chic cocktail bars. Galleries include V1, with video installations and sculpture, and Fotografisk Center, showcasing young Danish photographers.

In 1671 a cattle market was established at the private initiative of Court Butcher Niels Olufsen at the border of Frederiksberg and Vesterbro. Called Trommesalen (English: “The Drum Hall”) because it was opened to the sound of a drum in the morning, it remained the main cattle market of the area for more than two centuries.

Source: wikipedia


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